District Demographics


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Location

Located in northern Livingston County, the Avon Central School district combines the benefits of a tight-knit rural community with proximity to the technology and cultural opportunities of Rochester, New York, just 20 miles to the north.  Avon lies in the heart of the Genesee Valley, an area of great natural beauty and historical significance.  Opportunities for recreation abound—from fishing and boating on the nearby Finger Lakes, to hiking and camping at Letchworth State Park, as well as skiing, golf and equestrian activities.  Nearby colleges offer cultural and educational opportunities.  Business area offer convenient services and light industry provides local employment.  At the center of the community is Avon Central School District.

 

School Facilities

The school facilities include three building on approximately 90 acres of land:  The 60,743 square feet Avon Primary School houses all students in grades kindergarten through fourth grades.  400 students have access to a gym, cafetorium, library, 31 classrooms, an art room, and music room.  The 94,815 square feel Middle School services the educational needs of approximately 400 fifth through eighth grade students.  The students have access to a gym, pool, auditorium, cafeteria, 15 classrooms, an art room, music room and state of the art science rooms.  The ninth through twelfth grade students have access to a 1000 capacity gymnasium, fitness room, all purpose wrestling/aerobic classroom, cafeteria, distance learning room, library, choral music and band room, art room, state of the art science classrooms, Project Lead the Way Pre Engineering classroom, Business Labs and 24 classrooms.  Central Office services and staff (Superintendent of Schools, Business Administrator, and the Pupil Personnel and Special Education Administrator are located in the Middle School building. 

 

Transportation

Per Board Policy 5720, "Transportation services shall be provided to meet the needs of the students of the District within specified limits and areas established by the Board of Education. Students attending the primary school who reside approximately 0.5 mile from the school and students attending the secondary schools who reside approximately 1.0 mile from schools will not be provided District transportation to or from school."  For those students for who transportation is provied, authorized centralized pick up bus stops will be located at established intervals in places where students may be loaded and unloaded in consideration of safety factors and these stops will generally be at least 0.1 miles apart.

 

Communication

Communication includes a district newsletter, supplemented by building publications and the annual District Calendar/Code of Conduct and Parent Guide.   Avon PTA publishes Connections, a monthly newsletter for parents.  Student achievement and activities are also publicized via local media.  The district’s legal newspaper is the Livingston County News. The district web page is an excellent source of information that can be accessed at www.avoncsd.org.